Hairetes: A Search Engine for OCR Documents
In this paper, we report on the architecture and preliminary implementation of our search engine, Hairetes. This engine is based on an extended concept of Retrieval by General Logical Imaging (RbGLI). In this extension, word similarity measures are computed by EMIM and Bayes’ theorem.
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